Featuring photographs, never before seen by the public, from the case that one detective called “the most upsetting I’ve ever worked on,” this exhibition of crime scene photography shines a light into the clinic where America’s most prolific serial killer committed his crimes.
This is a thoroughly American photographic exhibition, depicting the result of multiple systems of negligence, racism, and institutional failure.
Dr. Kermit Gosnell murdered in plain sight, but no one seemed to care.
These photographs reveal what was really going on behind the closed doors of the Women’s Medical Society at 3801 Lancaster Avenue in Philadelphia.
Today, Gosnell is serving three life sentences for multiple convictions, including murder, illegal opioid distribution, medical manslaughter, and performing illegal late-term abortions.
These photographs show how he ended up there.
They are moving and infuriating, showcasing a medical clinic, a workplace, a house of murder and drug-dealing, and the banality of evil.